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A spoken word piece by Kenneth Foster, an inmate in Texas who was facing execution on August 30, 2007. Foster's sentence was commuted by Governor Rick Perry.
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Artist/Composer: Dave Maass
Keywords: Kenneth Foster; death row; texas; executions; capital punishment
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Thanks for the tips. The important thing was to get the audio up before the 30th ... after that, we would've had all the time in the world to edit it ... though the original quality was so low, I don't think there's much more I could've done.
Kenneth Foster was not executed an instead received his sentence commuted to life.
I've provided this online for others who have access to software to clean up and use for whatever purpose they like.
MC J-Me -
Subject: the man's got verses
good flow... someone clean this up for him!